Neochera  inops    Walker  1854

Photograph by: JHH. Zwier by courtesy BMNH in London
Syntype: British Museum of Natural History London
   Silhet India




Wingspan:
 about  50  mm  ( n = 20 )
 about  50  mm  ( n = 20 )

Distribution according to the collections mentioned in the chapter
“Museums” and the literature.

- Bangladesh: Silhet (BMNH) (ZMHB) Cambodia (Ulziijargal B., c.s. 2016) China: Hainan (CMWM) India: Darjeeling (ZMHB) (SMTD) Khasi hills (ZMAN) Andaman islands (BMNH) Nicobar islands (ZMHB) Sikkim (SMTD) Umran (CMWM) Indonesia: Enggano: (RMNH) Java (ZMHB) Bogor (RMNH) Mt-Gedeh (RMNH) Perbawati (RMNH) Surakarta (ZMAN) Tjampea (RMNH) Tjsjunan (ZMAN) Tjinjifruan (RMNH) Lesser-Sunda-Islands east (Nusa Tenggara Timur) Adonara (BMNH) Flores (ZMAN) Sulawesi: Puncak Palopo (CMWM) (BMNH) Minahasa (RMNH) Palu (ZMAN) Nias (RMNH) Sumatra: Deli (RMNH) Matorkis (ZMAN) Padang Panjang (CMWM) Sibolangit (ZMAN) Sukadamai (RMNH) Tandjong (RMNH) Lesser Sunda-Islands-east (Nusa Tenggara Timur) Flores (ZMAN) (CMWM) Labuhanbajo (CMWM) Lesser-Sunda-islands west (Nusa Tenggata Barat)) Mt-Takan (CMWM) Sumbawa (CMWM) Laos: Namha (CMWM) Nai-Mueang (CMWM) Nong Phai (CMWM) (SMFL) Malaysia: Perak (ZMHB) Myanmar: Pegu-Bago (BMNH) Philippines Balanac (ZMHB) Luzon Brima (SMTD) Mindoro (ZMHB) Calapan (ZMHB) Negros: Mombucal (RMNH) Palawan: (BMNH) (ZMHB) Pina (CMWM) Mt-Mantalingajan(CMWM) Thailand: Changwat Nan (CMWM) Chiang Mai (coll. Pinatana now coll. Zwier) Timor l’Este: Dilli (BMNH) Vietnam: Mt-Fan-si-pan (CMWM) Ta- Dao (CMWM) Tonkin (BMNH) Borneo-Brunei Lamunin (ZMAN) Borneo-Indonesia: Pulo Laut (BMNH) Borneo-Sabah Danum Valley (ZMAN) Labuan (ZMHB) Pengarao (ZMHB) Borneo-Sarawak: Kuching district (CMWM) Tonlang (CMWM) Papua-Indonesia: Nabire (ZMAN)

Description:

Translation:




Comments:
There is no difference in the outward appearance of ♀ and ♂.
syntype: on the card under the moth is written: ex musaeo d(ris) Boisduval.
This copy of the first description is taken from a book or a periodical out of the library of the Dutch Entomological Society in Amsterdam.

*A lot of data are from the author of the first description.
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